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New York Knicks Will Have 32 Nationally-Televised Games

The New York Knicks' 2012-13 season schedule was released earlier this week and this time around, fans will get to see the team play 82 times. Last season consisted of only 66 matches due to the lockout, but 2012-13 will get back to a regular scheduled season. Those in the New York City area have the chance to see all of the Knicks' game on their local channels, but for those outside the region, it will be ...

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Pablo Prigioni Calls Jeremy Lin a Shoot First Point Guard

The New York Knicks have three solid point guards for next season in Jason Kidd, Raymond Felton and the lesser known Pablo Prigioni. Prigioni is currently in London playing for the Argentine basketball team, but he cannot avoid questions about his future NBA career. Prigioni will be headed to New York in 2012-13, where he will try to live up to the magic created by Jeremy Lin. However, if you ask Prigioni, ...

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Carmelo Anthony Avoiding Comparisons to Heat

The New York Knicks are after one thing, and one thing only. The Knicks and 28 other NBA teams are all looking to take the Miami Heat off the championship throne. New York met Miami in the first round of the 2012 Playoffs, but unfortunately, the Knicks were ousted in just five games. Although winning a playoff game was a step in the right direction, the Knicks do not want to settle with mediocracy. As a res ...

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Carmelo Anthony Likes Knicks’ Off-Season Moves

The New York Knicks have won a total of one playoff game in the past two seasons, and being in a city as demanding as New York, something like that is not acceptable. The Knicks have made major improvements to their roster over the years to get back to the post-season, but the front office is looking to go one step further. The Knicks have made some nice acquisitions this summer despite the losses of Jeremy ...

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Pablo Prigioni: My First Option Was Always New York

The New York Knicks added two high profile point guards this off-season, but they did sign another playmaker who is not well known in the States. Everyone has heard about the additions of Jason Kidd and Raymond Felton, but the acquisition of Pablo Prigioni has taken a backseat. Although Prigioni has been a hero for Argentina basketball, not many people in New York know what he can bring to the table. In an ...

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Carmelo Anthony Isn’t Taking Blame for Jeremy Lin Leaving

Everyone knows what happened to Jeremy Lin this off-season. After taking over the sports world with his "Linsanity," Lin signed a lucrative three-year deal, expect it wasn't with the Knicks. The Houston Rockets inked Lin this off-season and many people were shocked that the Knicks decided not to match the offer. The relationship between Carmelo Anthony and Jeremy Lin has always been put to question, so it i ...

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Marquee Games for Knicks’ 2012-13 Season

The New York Knicks' 2012-13 season schedule has been announced, and unlike last season, fans will get to see the usual 82 games. The Knicks are poised for a very successful season and there is no reason why this team should not go further in the 2013 Playoffs than they did in 2012. The talent on this roster is quite amazing and New York will be a very difficult team to beat. Luckily for the coaching staff, ...

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Knicks Have Paid More Luxury Tax Than Any Other Team

The New York Knicks are not afraid to spend money in order to make their team better. Although New York has had playoff teams in the past, everyone in the franchise wants to win one thing, and that is a championship. Despite all the spending and signing of contracts, the Knicks have not won an NBA title since 1973. The team has been criticized by many for its bad financial and basketball decisions in the pa ...

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Yao Ming Happy Knicks Let Jeremy Lin Go

The New York Knicks made a touch decision this summer to officially end "Linsanity." Instead, the showcase will he headed for the Lone Star state, in the city of Houston. The Knicks did not decide to match the Rockets' offer for Lin, meaning the Harvard guard will have to take his talents down south. The Rockets offered Lin a lucrative deal, and it was something the Knicks were not willing to match. The Hou ...

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Report: Knicks Will Open Season Against Nets in Brooklyn

The Battle for New York is set to begin. Don't worry New Yorkers, the New York Knicks and Brooklyn Nets rivalry will get underway very shortly and according to reports, the date for the first meeting is Nov. 1. The NBA will not release its full schedules until Thursday, but we already have a taste of who the Knicks will face in their first two games. Daily Knicks reported earlier that the Knicks will have t ...

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